7 Articles of Spiritual Enlightenment selected from the San Francisco Charismatics, the monthly faith publication of the Archdiocese of San Francisco, Office of the Charismatic Renewal.  USA residents, if you would like to receive a free monthly hard copy, send us your snail-mail address .   To make a donation to help spread the Good News, click here. 

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The Christian & Christmas  by Killian McDonnell, OSB      The message we celebrate on Christmas day is past and past, present and future. 
Casting Out Demons  by Fr. Harmon Skillin    What about demons today?  Take a look around as there are many.  
Wives Must Be Submissive?  by Rev. Joseph Landi, Editor.   The largest Protestant denomination has a message for wives that sounds out of date.  Are they serious? 
Christianity in the USA  by Ellen W. Fielding.    If India has been called the most religious population in the world, and Sweden the let religious, America is a nation of Indians governed by Swedes.  
A Device, not a Dogma
by Rev.  John S. Rausch.   While the market represents a marvelous mechanism for allocating most goods and service, it has its limitations.  It is a device, not a dogma.  
A Message for Politicians  by Pope John Paul IIThere is a need to rediscover the true meaning of participation and to involve more citizens in seeking suitable ways of advancing towards a more satisfactory of the common good. 
Learning to Listen    by Leon Joseph Cardinal Suenens.   Not many people listen to others.  We don't seem to realize that we have two ears and one mouth, and that nature herself expects us to listen twice as often as we speak. 

 

 

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